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Summer Camps in Wall Lake, IA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Starts, Turns, and Breakouts - University of Nebraska
The focus of our most popular camp is on the racing mechanics of starts, turns and breakouts for all four strokes. These vital skills are often overlooked, but when done correctly will help shave time off swims. The operator of this camp, Pablo Morales, LLC, is a separate legal entity from the University of Nebraska, and it is not sponsored, endorsed, selected, affiliated or recommended by the University of Nebraska. 402-472-0042

Latest Review for Camp Heart O'Hills

The Perfect Family Vacation
We were looking for a different kind of family vacation away from the crowded theme parks. What we found at Camp Heart was the perfect space. First of all, you can beat being surrounded by all that pristine nature. There was plenty to do. Everyone had their time on their own and time as a family. This is something we're going to remember for many years. We even took this year's Christmas card at the camp! Can't wait to send them out!... Read More...


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Teen Driving Boot Camp in East Rutherford - East Rutherford, NJ
Students in the area will get to have their first (hopefully) Oh My God moment while driving their own vehicle. The only driving education offered to teens is Driver’s Ed in high school (sitting behind a desk) and then 6 hours behind the wheel to get their permit. Six hours of foot-to-pedal contact will never be enough to prepare our new drivers. The NJ-based company, Drive Safer, LLC, takes a... More info: http://evrd.us/aq1qi

ISGH Youth Retreat
Register online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/north-zone-youth-camp-tickets-17611595757

Teen Retreat at Camp Timpoochee - Apalachicola, FL
TEEN RETREAT at Camp Timpoochee - designed for teens, by teens... This year's RETREAT will be held February 24th-26th and will include activities such as: team building, resume writing, interviews, the art of sports fishing, shooting sports, outdoor cooking, arts/crafts and dance/drama. Our teenagers will participate in a 4-H service project “Chemo Kits” for local individuals suffering from cancer. They will also learn how to apply for 4H scholarships and so much more.

No School Kid's AM Art Camp Glass Fused Animals - Jenkintown, PA
Join us for No School Kid's AM session of Art Camp from 10 am - 1 pm. We'll be making glass fused animals. This camp is for ages 8+ and is $35. Please send a drink and lunch or snack. Registration is required. Please call the studio 215-885-4545 to register.

Kids Kab Annual Co-Ed Slow Pitch Tournament - Franklin, VA
The Kids Kab Organization will host a co-ed slow pitch tournament on October 1. Teams must have at least two women on the field at any time. Entry is $150.00. Procceds to benefit Kids Kab Programming and a portion to benefit Breast Cancer research and awareness.

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Tracey Bartholomew Womens College ID Camp - Summer - Baker Athletics Complex
Tracey Bartholomew is once again offering a high-level College ID Camps held at Columbia University in the City of New York. College ID camps are open to girls entering grades 9 - 12. This College ID Camp is a collegiate showcase and competitive training program for players who plan to play at the college level. Staffed by the Columbia Womens Soccer program, and various other high academic programs ranging from Div 1 to Div 3, this camp is multi-faceted in that it gives top players: 1) the opportunity to be seen by top college coaches; 2) a better understanding of the college soccer environment ; and, 3) the skills they need to become even better players, taught by some of the very best coaches of the game. 845-548-7621

Age 13-16, Session 08 - LMSS - A
Camp provides both first-time and experienced students with a basic understanding of sailing in a recreational, fun environment using the LMSS 420 sailboats, which are perfect for 2-3 sailors. Students will learn the basics of sailing; upwind, downwind, and sailing between two points, along with sail trim, knot tying and terminology. Graduation takes place at the end of each session, parents are encouraged to attend and see their sailors in action. 9524041645.0

Boys Basketball - Sanford Day Camp
Stan Waterman will be the head coach for our Basketball program. Stan is the head basketball coach at Sanford since 1991. Under Stans direction, Sanford won multiple State Championships. Stan played point guard at the University of Delaware and is the Dean of Students at Sanford. He is considered to be an outstanding teacher of youth. Stan utilizes both courts of the Sports Center to set up stations for dribbling, passing, jump shooting and foul shooting. The afternoons are used for small team play. 1 on 1, 2 on 2, 3 on 3, etc. By the end of the week, all players are participating in full team scrimmages. Players can expect a good workout every day. -------------- LOCATION: Sanford School. Please drop your child off at the Sports Center at 8:45 a.m. Pick up will be in the same location at 3:15. --------------- WHAT TO BRING: Light-weight, loose fitting shirts, shorts, socks and sneakers. Water Bottle Bathing suit and towel for free swim in the afternoon. Lunch, unless purchasing from Camp. ($35.00/per week) A drink will be provided for all by the Camp. An afternoon icy treat will be served. --------------- At the end of Sport/Specialty Camp registration, you can register your child for Day Camp at: 610-565-4850

Summer Camp 2016 Session 1 - FCC
From the first day to the last campers will choose an instrument, form a band and write an original song to perform for their friends, families and the rock camp community. Each day campers will have instrument instruction, band practice and attend a series of informational, interactive and meaningful workshops. Summer Camp is Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. with an end-of-session showcase on the following weekend. All campers should bring a lunch, but no instruments are necessary — we provide all the gear! We have changed locations this year and will be operating out of First Christian Church in SW Portland! 503 445 4991

KidSport Morning Week of 6/27 - 7/1 - Scarlett Middle School
KidSport Mornings Ages 4 -13[] Kids enjoy a variety of team sports, individual sports, team building games, fitness and other physical education activities and swimming lessons Director: Kerry Winkelseth, UM School of Kinesiology Campers bring snacks and water. Mornings, Monday-Friday. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Curbside Drop-off. Staff will collect your camper from your car at 8 AM and bring your camper to your car at 12 Noon. KidSport offers children the opportunity to learn and refine non-competitive sport-specific, team building and social skills. The activities are age appropriate and developed by experts in childrens physical education. KidSport is staffed by certified teachers as well as physical education and education majors focused on providing a first-rate experience for your kids! Scholarships are available from UM KidSport at www.kines.umich.edu/umove/kidsport [] Application deadline is April 30. This camp is not eligible for Rec & Ed Scholarships. LOCATION SCARLETT SCHOOL at Scarlett Middle School PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 KidSport Camp Registration

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